Nurburgring 1964. Mike parkes, Ferrari 250GTO.
A 1968 Porsche 907LH (Longtail) with a documented competition history that included a win at the 1968 24 Hours of Daytona and a class win at the 1971 24 Hours of Le Mans set a new record for a Porsche 907 at auction, selling for $3,630,000 including buyer’s fees.
As the first Porsche to deliver an endurance racing win for the brand, chassis 907-005′s historical significance certainly added to its value, as the car played an influential role in the development of later Porsche race cars (such as the legendary 917).
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Red Fire by Yuji Moriguchi